The Emerald Triangle, the Columbus Letters, Built By Angels
Aug 02, 2020
Growing pains for legal weed in California; Then, rare, million-dollar copies of a letter written by Christopher Columbus replaced with fakes; And, inside Lalibela, the mysterious holy site visited by 200,000 Ethiopian Christians on their annual pilgrimage.
The Chief, The Opioid Playbook
Jun 21, 2020
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo on George Floyd’s killing, policies during protests and reform for his department; And, pharmaceutical executives face prison time for racketeering, after breaking FDA laws, enticing doctors to boost opioid sales.
Nation in Crisis, A Long Siege, Failure to Protect
Jun 07, 2020
Sherrilyn Ifill on why George Floyd's death is a tipping point and how America can move forward; Then, San Antonio businesses continue reopening as Texas sees rise in coronavirus cases; And, Oklahoma child abuse law disproportionately penalizes women.
Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Whistleblower, The Reckoning
May 17, 2020
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on the coronavirus-ravaged economy; Then, The government whistleblower who says the Trump administration's coronavirus response has cost lives; And, What will be the long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic?
The Jobless, Where Did the Money Go?, The State of Texas
May 03, 2020
Americans unemployed by coronavirus share their stories; Then, small, medium-sized farmers on edge while trade war bailout money goes to some surprising recipients; And, medical workers using own money to keep health care system afloat in rural Texas.
Short Supply, Staying Well, The Resurrection of St. Nicholas
Apr 12, 2020
New York's health care workers treating coronavirus describe lack of equipment, infections of colleagues; Then, dealing with the mental health issues brought on by the coronavirus pandemic; And, the resurrection of New York's St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
On the Frontline, Children of Flint, Kings of the Road
Mar 15, 2020
Life inside an American coronavirus containment zone; Then, early results from 174 Flint children exposed to lead during water crisis shows 80% of them will require special education services; And, driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021
Mike Bloomberg, The Trial of Eddie Gallagher, Array of Hope
Mar 01, 2020
Mike Bloomberg talks with 60 Minutes about the issues facing the country and what he offers to voters; Then, Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher says he didn't kill an ISIS prisoner; And, the Bahamas going solar to protect power grid from future hurricanes.
Bernie Sanders, 298 Counts of Murder, Vision of Music
Feb 23, 2020
Bernie Sanders speaks with Anderson Cooper about being the Democratic frontrunner for president; Then, still no justice for MH17 as reconstructed plane shows shrapnel damage from warhead; And, a profile of Matthew Whitaker, the blind musical prodigy
Inside Jeffrey Epstein’s Cell, On the Farm, Shakira
Jan 05, 2020
Did Jeffrey Epstein kill himself? 60 Minutes investigates; Then, is lack of oversight at farms accelerating the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria?; And, the message Shakira hopes to deliver with her Super Bowl performance.
Mark Bradford, The Pavarotti of Pasta, Built by Angels
Dec 22, 2019
Anderson Cooper profiles artist Mark Bradford, who tackles complex social and political issues through abstract works; Then, 60 Minutes travels to Italy to meet Chef Massimo Bottura, whose kitchen creations are works of art; And, inside Lalibela, the mysterious holy site visited by 200,000 Ethiopian Christians on their annual pilgrimage.
YouTube, Unsheltered, Built by Angels
Dec 01, 2019
Is YouTube doing enough to fight hate speech and conspiracy theories?; Then, why are more people in West Coast cities living in tents, cars and on the street?; And, inside Lalibela, the mysterious holy site visited by 200,000 Ethiopian Christians on their annual pilgrimage
Tree of Life, Madame Lagarde, The Columbus Letters
Oct 20, 2019
Recovering from the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history; Then, Christine Lagarde tells John Dickerson about the possible signs of a global recession; And, rare, million-dollar copies of a letter written by Christopher Columbus replaced with fakes.
The Impeachment Inquiry, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Great White
Sep 29, 2019
What you need to know about the Trump impeachment inquiry; Then, Mohammad bin Salman denies ordering Khashoggi murder, but says he takes responsibility for it; And, Shark devours a seal, researchers show how sharks are tagged in “60 Minutes” report